President George Manneh Weah has underscored the need for Liberians to reconcile their differences as a means of sustaining peace.
SEGAL, the private security firm guarding ArcelorMittal’s facilities, has trained 50 officers to provide security at sea and airports in Liberia.
ArcelorMittal has certificated 24 employees in port management and locomotive brakes maintenance after they completed a month-long training.
Liberia’s first lady, Clar M. Weah, has inspected several of her humanitarian projects in Grand Bassa.
After heavy rains in July caused the collapse of a bridge that leads to the Grand Bassa Community College’s campus, the school is now planning to launch a US$1.5 million campaign to rebuild the bridge.
The first phase of the World Bank-sponsored Youth Opportunities Project has ended, with organizers saying that it benefited 3,612 persons from 129 communities across the country.
Police in Grand Bassa have arrested the alleged ringleader of a group of armed robbers who residents say have been responsible for a spate of recent crimes in the county.
Commercial motorcyclists in Grand Bassa have received a newly constructed US$40,000 office from Sen. Jonathan Kaipay.